Rosto the Piper, Rogue from 246 HE onwards, remade a lodging house into an inn because the old Court of the Rogue didn't appeal to him anymore. The inn opened for business at some point in September of 247 HE, Rosto had also moved in there. He and his group of friends, who had already regularly eaten breakfast together in Mistress Trout's lodgings, continued their breakfasts in a dining room on the second floor. The street was then named Nipcopper Close and it was situated in the Lower City of Corus. It is unknown if the district or street name have changed since then.
Two hundred years later the current Rogue, George Cooper, still used the Dancing Dove as his court. The building had several exits and the innkeeper in George's time was named Solom; he was murdered in 439 HE.
George occupied two upstairs rooms decorated with plain wood furniture, although he had valuables like a silver candlestick and gold-framed mirror. Said mirror hung on his bedroom door. George's rooms were kept neat and clean.